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Slightly Magic (Commodore 64)

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Slightly Magic is a platform game not unlike Codemasters' own Dizzy and Seymour series, but is generally shorter and easier than most other games of that genre.

In Slightly Magic you are cast as Slightly - mischievous nephew of legendary wizard Bigwiz, who has suddenly taken off on some urgent business, leaving his castle in disarray with dragons and magical spells running amok. One of the dragons kidnaps the princess, and now Slightly has to save her.

In addition to standard inventory puzzles of Dizzy games, Slightly Magic introduces a magic system that requires multiple objects to be combined in order to achieve effects ranging from frightening the enemies to turning the player into a fish.


Slightly Magic Commodore 64 From unresponsive controls to simplification of enemy patterns, this version is as sloppy as they come.
Slightly Magic Commodore 64 Good luck trying to climb those twinkly stars. On c64 their timing is completely off.
Slightly Magic Commodore 64 Title screen. Right from the beginning you can see that c64 Slightly Magic is a Spectrum port.
Slightly Magic Commodore 64 Loading screen

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DarkFalzX (4689) added Slightly Magic (Commodore 64) on May 29, 2008
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